News Feature Archive
Interns in motion
In a world where COVID has delayed or paused many summer initiatives, the Raytheon Missiles & Defense internship program marches on with interns collaborating on engineering projects, creating business solutions, and solving complex problems.
Agile at home
Sanjana takes the techniques she uses with her work team of eight engineers and adapts them to organize her family’s days and weeks.
A radar's journey
Raytheon Missiles & Defense delivered the first SPY-6 air and missile defense radar array to the U.S. Navy.
Working remotely in the military
VirtualWorx can help conduct live remote source inspections in a partnership with the customer.
Two of a kind
Raytheon Technologies is applying its decades of hypersonic expertise to efficiently develop end-to-end systems to protect the nation and its allies.
A virtual student veteran
Jennifer Hosley, a teacher at Alma Middle School in Arkansas, is instructing students virtually while pursuing an online master’s degree in educational leadership. She is a U.S. Army veteran and past recipient of the Student Veterans of America and Raytheon Missiles & Defense Patriot scholarship, which is open for applications.
Delivering on a promise
Raytheon Missiles & Defense partners with Mentor Rhode Island to deliver its mentoring program virtually amid the coronavirus.
A new radar for the US Navy
Raytheon Missiles & Defense builds the SPY-6 radar and has completed near-field testing on the first 14’x14’ modular array, moving the system one step closer to installation on the Navy’s first Flight III guided missile destroyer.
A critical role in air defense
NASAMS has been part of the U.S. National Capital Region’s air defense system since 2005. A small team of former veterans will provide air defense for four more years.